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Am working on a WPF application project, so my query is am not able to add a WPF window as a new item because am not seeing any options.

What I have tried:

I tried re-installing the .Net desktop development framework but still, the result was the same.
Updated 15-Nov-22 18:06pm

Did you right-click your WPF project in Solution Explorer and click Add -> Window?
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Santosh Goudappanavar 16-Nov-22 0:25am    
@Dave Exactly when I tried doing so, am not seeing any templates by name WPF
Dave Kreskowiak 16-Nov-22 7:37am    
That's because your project is not a WPF app project. I don't know what type of project you created, but I would suggest you start over and recreate your project using the WPF desktop app project template.
On your Menu bar go: Project > Add Window (WPF) or as Dave described above.
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Santosh Goudappanavar 16-Nov-22 0:27am    
@Graeme_Grant I tried doing so but I couldn't see any options of WPF when I Right clicked on project>Add item>New item
Graeme_Grant 16-Nov-22 0:56am    
Then the project is not a WPF project. Check the Project type. The .csproj file should have
Santosh Goudappanavar 16-Nov-22 1:22am    
@Graeme_Grant The project is a toolkit that was developed on the WPF platform (Xbim Xplorer toolkit).
I tried opening its .csproj but it doesn't have <usewpf>true
Graeme_Grant 16-Nov-22 1:38am    
A quick look tells me that the "Xbim Xplorer toolkit" is a third-party library that could be used in your WPF application. It could also be used in a web application. So the Toolkit is not specifically WPF. Your application "can be" a WPF application - that is your choice.
Santosh Goudappanavar 16-Nov-22 1:52am    
Ohh is it!! thankyou mate for the quick look. In fact, I am being new to this coding and stuff so apologize for the inappropriate questions. So now can I use it in the WPF template or project to further develop the functionalities?

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